May is National Bicycle Safety Month.  And with the warm weather upon us, more people are on their bikes. So here are some great rules of the road. Get acquainted with traffic laws; cyclists must follow the same rules as motorists Know your bike’s capabilities Ride single-file in the direction of traffic, and watch for… Read More


Rick Jaklitsch has received the 2017 Judicial Review Edition AV Preeminent rating. That’s the “Highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards reflecting the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and Judiciary”.… Read More


Graduation Safety Tips For Parents: Require adult supervision at every celebration your child attends. Know who will be driving your child to and from the party. Remind your children that, under any circumstance, you will be there to pick them up or help them. Ask questions and keep in contact with your child while they… Read More


Plenty of people know that drinking and driving don’t mix—but many still do it. According to the Centers for Disease Control and prevention, there are over 300,000 incidents of drinking and driving each day.1 And arrest doesn’t typically mark the first time a person drives under the influence: The average drunk driver does so over… Read More


Source:  Partnership for Drug-Free Kids There’s something about prom and graduation season that makes rational parents go bonkers. Here are 6 tips for parents to help keep their teen safe and make this season one to remember for all the right reasons. Set curfews  Teen car crashes and deaths increase exponentially late at night. If… Read More


Springtime brings rain and the after-effects of winter weather — potholes and uneven pavement. Keep these driving tips in mind before you travel: Spring showers bring May flowers — and wet driving conditions: Slow down on slick roads, and increase your following distance even when mist begins to fall. Just a small amount of water can… Read More


Traumatic brain injuries – that sounds serious – and it should, because they are. But what are they, anyway? Almost self-explanatory, a traumatic brain injury is exactly what it sounds like it would be – an injury to the brain as a result of some type of traumatic event. The event is usually such that… Read More


1. DriveSafe.ly Pro Unlike most apps that completely block calls and text messages, this app allows users to reply without taking their eyes off the road or hands of the wheel. Simply turn the app on when you get in the car, and it will read all text messages and emails out loud. Voice-control allows… Read More